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Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC)
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2012, 07:58:15 pm » new connectivity offering
Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC)

Changing the rules

FTTC changes all the rules. It provides the speed and reliability that have traditionally only been available with leased lines and private networks at a fraction of the cost. More importantly it enables businesses to think realistically about adopting better, more flexible and scalable communications options like Hosted telephony and VoIP that deliver huge cost and business benefits to large corporate companies already, but are not available to small and medium sized business.
How does it work?

FTTC is being installed from the telephone exchange to the street side telephone cabinet and is able to offer much faster speeds and bandwidth. Fibre to the Cabinet or FTTC is when a fibre cable runs from the exchange to a street cabinet, which is then linked to buildings and homes via BTís existing copper network.

Faster upload and download speeds

Typical speeds using a FTTC circuit are around 40Mbps download speed and 10Mbps upload. This kind of lightening fast speed makes everything from e-mail to file transfers almost instant, helping improve the flow of business and the quality of service you can offer customers.

Supercharge Your Business With FTTC

Also known as Superfast fibre broadband, FTTC is the next generation broadband connection. It uses fibre optic cables to provide much higher speeds, both in upload and download speed.
Businesses who can envisage the benefits of Cloud Computing and Cloud Telephony can really benefit from the cost savings and flexibility of this channel of communicating and sharing data.

The benefits in a nutshell: FTTC service is the perfect solution for businesses who require high bandwith availability at an affordable cost. FTTC offers download speeds up to 40Mbps and upload speeds up to 10Mbps. Its high performance is a viable alternative for businesses previously using leased lines or Ethernet circuits.

    Because the fibre is closer to the termination point, higher bandwidths can be achieved
    Areas previously prohibitive for bandwidth due to distance from exchange may now be eligible
    FTTC provides a viable alternative to xDSL
    As exchanges are enabled, FTTC is becoming more widely available

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